11/06 Ryan’s “Pattern Changes” Monday Forecast

It’s been a long string of warm & humid, summer-like afternoons, but we’re finally going to be seeing a few changes later this week. While tomorrow’s high will remain in the lower 80s on the waterfront and mid-to-upper 80s inland, a cold front will move into the area Wednesday-Thursday which will bring some slightly cooler and drier air into South MS. This will lower afternoon highs into the lower 70s for a few days this weekend, just in time for Veteran’s Day! Return flow will set up quickly, as another frontal system is poised to move through as early as Sunday-Monday, reinforcing our cooler/drier air. Neither front will have much active weather associated with it, and the highest chance of rain (40%) will occur on Wednesday night/Thursday morning.

Tropical depression 19 formed earlier, and will likely become Rina, our next named storm overnight or in the morning. No South Mississippi impact is expected from this storm, and it should become extra-tropical and be absorbed by a frontal system around Wednesday.

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